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good morning, america. new overnight, the final push. this is the last weekend of the campaign. hillary clinton getting celebrity support overnight from beyonce and jay z and the pantsuit squad. ? in formation ? they're singing her praises. can she make history? >> a glass ceiling to crack once donald trump's whirlwind tour, ten states in three days. taking aim at clinton's celebrity endorsements. >> i didn't have to bring j. lo or jay z, the only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. >> all this as a former "people" magazine writer speaks out on camera for the first time since accusing trump of sexual assault. plus, our latest abc news tracking poll on the state of the race.
the widening investigation after a woman was found chained inside of a shipping container. now a new and grisly find. >> this is bad. >> the suspect's court appearance and what his alleged victim has told police. and taking the stand. the key witness who caught this police shooting on camera. now telling his story at the officer's murder trial. >> he shoot the man running from him. >> the powerful testimony. hey, good morning. i can't believe it. here we are t-minus three days until the election and hillary clinton is waking up this morning with what could be characterized as a clear but not entirely comfortable lead. according to our latest abc news tracking poll, there are the
clinton up by 4 points, 47 to 43. >> the two candidates with two different strategies in these final hours and days. there was hillary overnight with jay z and beyonce. i believe the pantsuit squad was nearby as well. >> standing by in the wings. >> standing by ready to dance. meantime, surrogates including president obama and former president clinton fanning out across the battleground states. donald trump, by contrast, going it mostly alone pointing out he was still able to draw a large crowd with no big celebrities by his side. >> a point of pride for him. so, what is the outlook as we near the end of this long and for many of us intensely anxiety-provoking campaign? our analysts are standing by, but we're going to start this morning with abc's cecilia vega who has been covering the clinton campaign from the start and is ready for a nap. cecilia, good morning to you. >> can i just sleep right here? >> yes, you can. after you tell us what is happening. >> thank you. well, you said it. it is hard to believe, but we are now down to just hours before election day. hillary clinton in her final push has that well-oiled democratic machine out in force on this last weekend. nearly a million volunteers across the country knocking on
to a record number of voters and get them to the polls. not to mention calling in some famous friends. ? overnight in the battleground of ohio, the campaign trail looked like this. ? okay okay ? ? now let's get in formation ? >> reporter: queen bey making a surprise appearance at a get out the vote rally for hillary clinton wearing none other than a pantsuit of her own. ? >> reporter: the superstar not only offering her singing praise -- >> less than 100 years ago w did not have the right to vote. look how far we've come from having no voice to being on the brink of making history. >> reporter: but also her ringing endorsement. >> i want my daughter to grow up seeing a woman lead our country. i'm with her. >> reporter: the power couple in cleveland. >> we are on the doorsteps of history. >> reporter: where clinton joined them backstage before
>> i am so energized after this concert, and i got to say, didn't you love the pantsuits? >> reporter: potential payoff for clinton, huge. thousands lined up for a coveted ticket distributed not at all by chance right next to a polling site. her final push, a star-studded affair from stevie wonder in philadelphia to mark cuban in pittsburgh, even former foe bernie sanders in ohio, vice pr and president obama jumping in the fray in north carolina mincing no words about trump's own words. >> who calls women pigs and dogs and slobs? it's like suddenly reality tv has entered into the race for the presidency. >> reporter: and clinton is now calling in more big names. katy perry joins her tonight, tomorrow lebron james. clinton heads back to ohio
this will be her fourth trip there in just the last couple of weeks. that shows you how valuable that battleground is. >> a cavalcade of stars for her. cecilia, thank you. we know you'll be with her every step of the way and, as we said, trump was out on the trail speaking with pride about the size of the crowds he's attracting even without the aforementioned cavalcade of stars. he's in the middle of a ten-state barnstorming tour in the final weekend before the election. he's going to be holding a rally in tampa this morning, and ace campaign reporter tom llamas is right there. hey, tom, good morning. >> reporter: dan, good morning. defensive very much a party of one in these closing days. now, his family is out there campaigning for him across the country, but at trump's final rallies, usually it's only him as the big name, like most of his campaign, he's doing this on his own. >> i didn't have to bring j. lo or jay z, the only way she gets anybody. i'm here all by myself. >> reporter: overnight, donald trump rallying a massive crowd
>> when we win on november 8th, we are going to drain the swamp. >> reporter: but amid the cheering and yelling, an emotional moment from a mother who just lost her son riley rone in a car accident. riley was a trump campaign volunteer. >> mr. trump said he would give everything he owned if it would bring my riley back. please, please, please vote for mr. donald trump in my son's honor. >> reporter: but after that moment, trump lit into hillary clinton saying decorated veterans who support him blasted her. >> and i refuse to tell you what they said, but it wasn't good, believe me. can you imagine these people taking orders, these great people taking orders from her? >> reporter: and the republican nominee repeating a false claim on the campaign trail based on a bogus fox news story. >> the fbi now has multiple open
lots of bad things are happening. >> reporter: fox news calling the report a mistake. >> that just wasn't inartful, it was a mistake, and for that i'm sorry. >> reporter: but trump still pushing the discredited story and also calling out president obama for campaigning with hillary. >> he's like a cheerleader. he's jumping up and down all over the place for hillary. he shouldn't be doing that. he shouldn't be with her. he's got to be working. >> reporter: so trump starts his day here in tampa, florida, then he heads to north carolina, then nevada, and he finishes at a late night rally in colorado likely working through midnight. paula. >> a mad dash to the finish for trump. tom, thank you. and with just three days to go before voters hit the polls, a former "people" magazine writer is speaking out on camera for the first time since accusing donald trump of sexual assault. with more on what she's saying and why she's coming forward now mary bruce joins us from our d.c. bureau. mary, good morning to you.
well, she had stayed quiet while trump denied her story and hit back at her on the campaign trail, but natasha stoynoff says she's commenting now because she wants to support other women to share their stories. this morning natasha stoynoff is speaking out on camera for the first time since accusing donald trump of sexual assault. three weeks after her claims were first published by "people," the magazine's former writer sits down with its editor in chief. >> i wanted to show all the women who wrote to me that i could be brave enough to do it because i feel like if i am brave enough to do this here, maybe they will be brave enough too. >> reporter: in her recent letter, stoynoff alleged trump cornered her in 2005 at his mar-a-lago residence in florida while she was there to interview him and his then pregnant wife writing "we walked into that room alone and trump shut the door behind us. i turned around, and within seconds he was pushing me against the wall and forcing his tongue down my throat. trump denies it ever happened and her story has not been confirmed by abc news.
slammed stoynoff's story and other accusations of alleged misconduct as lies. >> trump has said that he is going to sue all the women who have come forward. does that worry you? >> i look at that as an attempt to silence women. >> reporter: now despite the personal pushback from trump, stoynoff says she has no regrets about taking her story public, that the positive response from women has made it all worth it. dan and paula. >> mary bruce, thank you. okay, for the latest analysis on this wild race, let's bring in two abc news political analysts, matthew dowd and kristen soltis anderson, otherwise known as ksa. that's what we call her behind the scenes here. okay, guys, we're three days out. what's your prediction for how this thing is going to go on tuesday? matt, we'll start with you and then we'll go to kristen. >> well, if you look at all of the data that's come together, the state polls, the national polls and all of that data, it basically says hillary clinton
close proximity to what obama won in 2012, a three or four-point victory. it seems that way with the polls. our poll has it at four. other polls have it at two, one. it has all sort of come together for a three or four-point victory. >> all right. kristen, you're a professional pollster. what's your prognosis? >> it may be the case that hillary clinton winds up with a margin of victory similar to obama's, but the states she uses to get there may look a little different. right now there's polling and early vote data in places like ohio that are looking pretty good for donald trump. wouldn't be a surprise at all to see that state go from democratic to republican territory. on the other hand, early vote data in places like florida and nevada are showing huge increases in hispanic turnout early on. that's likely to benefit hillary clinton and put those states much more likely to be in her camp. so it remains to be seen how hillary clinton will -- which path she'll take, but it is more likely than not that she is going to win this election a few days from now. >> and, kristen, you just mentioned the hispanic turnout. matt, let's start with you.
that minority bloc will be in this election? >> well, if hoillary clinton wins on election night, she will have won with the most diverse coalition than any president has ever won with when you look at african-american votes, asian votes and latino votes. i think there is a possibility that the story on election night is this huge wave of latino tes. it's funny that the trump campaign has been talking about the secret hidden vote that's going to show up at the polls. right now from looking at the early votes and a lot of the data, the secret hidden vote sweeping across the country. >> and, kristen, can we look at the map with you? how unprecedented is it that both new hampshire which is traditionally a blue state, i believe has voted blue in five of the last six presidential races and georgia, traditionally red, seem to be up for grabs this close to the election? >> exactly. there are a lot of states that because of the demographics of the state are likely to flip columns in the end. so new hampshire, a state where the population is not necessarily as diverse, lots of
that donald trump does so well with, that's a state that was potentially off the table that has come back on the table in recent days. on the other hand, north carolina and along with it, georgia, states that have large african-american populations, lots of college educated voters, groups that have tended to break for hillary clinton, so the traditional red/blue divide is starting to cut a little differently because of the new demographic coalitions that these candidates are putting together. >> all right, kristen, otherwise known as ksa. >> >> 72, 73 if you have to count daylight saving time. >> that's right. that's right. it's like a leap final three days. >> that just means we have to wait one more hour to vote. >> one more extra hour. >> thank you for that reminder. matt and kristen, thank you. and a reminder, everybody, you can download the abc news app to get live streaming breaking news reports from the final days from the campaign trail and we're going to be here right when the polls close, tuesday night.
through the night with our entire political team starting at 7:00 p.m. eastern time. dan, you're going to be headlining our digital coverage and you'll have a special report on "nightline" throughout the evening, as well. >> it'll be a long, exciting and historic night and abc news will be with you every step of the way. and speaking of the campaign, there is a major headline this morning involving one of donald trump's most public supporters. the governor of new jersey, chris christie. two of christie's former aides have been convicted of conspiracy and fraud in the so-called bridgegate scandal. christie has now canceled a planned trip for trump this weekend, wright is on the story from new jersey. hey, david, good morning to you. >> reporter: good morning, dan, and there is the bridge that gave the scandal its name. it looks beautiful this morning but it was the scene of a traffic jam caused on purpose with serious repercussions even now. governor christie was due to be out on the campaign trail with trump today until those guilty verdicts came in. now we won't see him. this morning the traffic jam that brought the george washington bridge to a standstill continues to haunt the men and women accused of
allegedly as payback for a new jersey mayor who refused to endorse new jersey governor chris christie. bridget anne kelly and bill baroni were both top christie aides. >> this is not over. i assure you we're going to have another news conference. >> reporter: both of them convicted friday on all nine counts. >> i am innocent of these charges. >> reporter: christie felt it necessary to reassert his innocence. "let me be clear once again," he said in a statement, "i had no knowledge prior to or during these lane reassignments and had no role in authorizing them. no believable evidence was presented to contradict that fact." but in the trial witnesses testified he was deeply involved in the traffic jam and the cover-up even as he insisted otherwise. the scandal crippled christie's candidacy for president. it also may have cost him a shot at the vice presidency too. trump reportedly offered him the job but withdrew it out of concern this november trial
clear he likes christie. >> i do have confidence in him and i hope it all works out well for him. >> reporter: christie is now in charge of the transition team if trump should win on tuesday. his aides are going to jail. these convictions carry a maximum sentence of 20 years behind bars, but it's likely they'll get a lot less time, paula. >> interesting to see if he'll stay on that transition team. david, thank you. we want to move now to that disturbing story out of south carolina. investigators there are digging on the property where a missing woman was found alive chained and caged like an animal, and now they have made yet another grisly discovery fearing they could have a serial killer on their hands, and abc's eva pilgrim has more. >> reporter: this morning, the search for more victims after a grisly find in these south carolina woods, an unidentified body. >> we're not going to be done here until we, like i said earlier, are 100% sure that we don't have any more evidence to go over.
court charged in the kidnapping of kala brown, allegedly held captive for two months before being rescued from a steel shipping container on his property. >> this is super tragic. i mean, this is bad. >> reporter: brown telling police her boyfriend charles carver, who disappeared with her in late august, was killed at the hands of the suspect. >> she witnessed the defendant shoot charles david carver. >> reporter: carver's family sitting in a hearing listening to out the details before a judge. the chief prosecutor saying investigators honed in on this rural area after tracing brown's last cell phone pings to a nearby tower and finding social media conversations between brown and kohlhepp. during their search of the property, they heard desperate banging from the container and found brown. >> she was -- had a neck to her chain as well as to her ankle. the cargo was locked several times with several different locks they had to go through to get to her. >> reporter: kohlhepp has not
comment on this case. but in a statement to abc news his mother had only this to say, i'm so, so sorry. i just can't believe this. kohlhepp does not have an attorney at this time. as for investigators, they will be searching through the weekend. they have a lot of work ahead of them. almost 100 acres to go through. dan and paula. >> eva, just an awful story, eva, thank you for your reporting this morning. let's send things over to rob marciano for a look at the weather. good morning, rob. have some incredible pictures to show you out of el paso, texas. take a look at this. this is hail that accumulated across el paso at times shutting down interstate 10 with some drainage piling up, three, four, five, six inches of accumulation, not snow, hail, and this is from a stubborn low pressure that's over the four corners right now. we'll look for rain across parts of new mexico. flash flooding there yesterday. probably s today. highway 27 closed for a time. two to three inches of rain getting into texas, as well, and ahead of that, though, we
trend across the center part of the country. temperatures way above normal for a spectacular saturday. norl for a spectacular saturday. college football, new york city marathon and something called the election all impacted by weather. more on that in about 15 minutes. guys, back to you. >> quite a tease. >> thank you, sir. >> yeah. all right. what's cooking in the news
good morning, everyone. we're going to begin with a verdict in that libel trial of "rolling stone" magazine. a federal jury finding "rolling stone," its publisher and journalist defamed a university of virginia dean in an article. that story by sabrina rubin about a uva coed that was raped on campus. that story was later debunked. uva dean nicole eramo said her reputation was harmed at being unresponsive to sexual attacks. she is seeking $7.5 million in damages. and breaking news overnight from oakland, california, at least five people were wounded in a shooting outside of a nightclub, just a block away from city hall. police saying as many as three gunmen involved in that and doesn't seem those injured were life-threatening injuries. so far no arrests. brandon vandenburg the former vanderbilt university football player who allegedly encouraged teammates to sexually assault an unwshs female student in his dorm room has been sentenced to 17 years behind bars. that incident occurred three years ago. one of his former teammates is already serving a sentence for rape. two others have charges pending. and in st. paul, minnesota, police are now apologizing for
african-american man. dash cam video showing the man repeatedly being kicked by an officer and bitten by a k9 unit dog. this happened in june. police admit now that they had the wrong man and the officer was too quick to release his dog. that officer has been suspended. the victim, who spent two weeks in the hospital, says he intends to sue the city. and new york real estate heir robert durst featured in a popular tv documentary about his wife's disappearance, he's now in los angeles facing murder charges. durst is due t monday charged with killing his friend susan berman back in the year 2000. he's been serving time in louisiana on a federal weapons conviction. and finally, it was a party more than a century in the making, chicago celebrating its world series winning cubs. paula. >> yep. say it again. >> fans turning out for a glimpse of the champs. >> you hear the pain in ron's voice having to read this story. >> wrigley field, going down the magnificent mile ending up in
dyed blue for the occasion. give it to me. >> 5 million people. the seventh largest gathering in human history. and i believe -- rob and i still believed last weekend when they were down 3-1 and so did you, diane. >> i predicted cleveland would win. >> america needs to see this. >> uh-oh. >> look into the camera. can we get a close-up of ron. >> i was wrong. i was wrong. takes a big man to admit a mistake. >> it looks good on you. you want it? >> i'm that big man. >> want to keep it? >> doesn't quite fit. for a smaller head. >> you wear it well. >> yeah, maybe harris size. >> you also said the cubs would not -- >> i don't want to mess up my toupee. coming up on "gma," the man who recorded this infamous police shooting in north carolina takes the stand in the trial of the officer who pulled the trigger. it is an emotional story that's coming up here. and put donald trump and hillary clinton supporters in the same room and things can get combustible. how to ease the tension that a whole lot of us are feeling these days. coming up, what is it called, dan, election stress? >> disorder. yeah. we made them meditate together
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to "gma" on a saturday morning. happening right now, it's the final push with just three days left before the election, the candidates are out stumping across the country trying to get people out to the polls, preferably their supporters. some superstars taking the stage for hillary clinton overnight while donald trump went solo visiting ten states in three days. also right now, the agreement is officially law. almost 100 world leaders pledging to actively combat climate change. u.s. secretary of state john kerry traveling to antarctica next week, the harshest climate in the world. and the biggest cruise ship in the world is making its u.s. debut. the royal caribbean "harmony of the seas" is expected to dock in ft. lauderdale this afternoon after a transatlantic voyage from barcelona.
were wondering, features 18 decks, more than 2,700 cabins, 7 so-called neighborhoods, a 10-story slide and 127 signature cocktails so you and 6,780 of your closest friends can get on that big ship. >> all right. >> how about that? >> sounds great. i like the signature cocktails. >> 127 of them. >> cocktails and a waterslide. what more could you ask for? >> beer. >> cocktails down the waterslide. >> what could go wrong? >> potentially a lethal mix, ladies and gentlemen. this is turning into a public service announcement. coming up here, we're attempting s experiment. with so many people so freaked out about this election, we went to the battleground state of pennsylvania. we put together a group of clinton supporters and trump supporters, and we got them to meditate together. did it work? we're going to show you the results in a few minutes. but first here the police officer who is on trial for murder over an infamous fatal shooting that was caught on camera. >> the video showing officer michael slager shooting walter scott was played in court as the man who captured that video told his story on the witness stand and abc's marci gonzalez joins us in studio with more.
>> reporter: paula and dan, good morning. it is video that's been viewed millions of times sparking outrage and protests and is a key piece of evidence in this trial. scott's mother was too emotional to stay in the courtroom as it was played, and the bystander who recorded it testified about what he called an injustice he'll never forget. for the first time jurors seeing this now infamous video police say shows former north charleston police officer michael slager shooting and killing walter scott. the man who recorded those eight gunshots taking the stand friday. >> he shoot the man running from him. >> reporter: feidin santana describing that april day in 2015 coming across officer slager running after scott, an unarmed man he just pulled over for a broken taillight describing hearing a taser just before he hit record. >> i didn't know what was happening and just the electric sound right at the beginning caught my attention. >> reporter: slager, who was fired soon after the video
guilty to murder, maintains he shot scott because while they were on the ground, scott grabbed his taser and pointed it at him, something santana says he didn't see. >> did you see walter scott coming at officer slager? >> that never happened. >> reporter: the defense grilling santana on why he waited to turn the video in to investigators questioning whether he's biased against police. >> those who must defend us are the worst criminals. who can i trt, those are your words. >> undermine the credibility of the person taking it trying to show that there's some sort of ulterior motive. if you can't fight the videotape, certainly fight the messenger. >> reporter: and the defense tried unsuccessfully to keep the video from being played for the nearly all white jury arguing it doesn't show the full picture of what happened. if convicted, slager faces 30 years to life in prison. >> this is a trial we're going to continue to follow. marci, thank you. >> oh, yeah. let's check the weather once again.
>> hey, dan, let's start with the west coast. the northwest enduring one of its wettest octobers on record. that includes northern california and lake tahoe. they'll get a front coming in today. this is not a huge one as far as wind and rain like we had in october but certainly going to be a soggy saturday with rainfall amounting anywhere from 2 to 4 inches especially along the coast range and some big waves coming into central and southern california as well with this. meanwhile, in the northeast we're looking at seasonably chilly air. that's been kind of the ongoing thing with warm-ups here and there. another cool front drops in with temperatures tomorrow getting new york city marathon is tomorrow, so we start it off in staten island, go to brooklyn, queens, the bronx and manhattan, temperatures will be right around 50 degrees so pretty good running weather albeit a little bit chilly to start that. all right. game time tonight, 8:00 on abc, the huskers take on ohio state at the horseshoe. 53 degrees, mostly clear, light winds. this would be a huge win for coach riley and the huskers if they can pull it off. election day, not too many big problems, maybe some across the south. on either coast it looks to be
>> this weather report is brought to you by mcdonald's. do not forget to turn your clocks back tonight. we fall back, an extra hour of sleep. dr. jen ashton will be with us to talk about whether or not we should sleep in. i don't know. i think the answer to that question is pretty easy. >> well, if you do a morning show or if you have children, the answer is good luck. >> kidding are going to be difficult. >> it's the happiest day of the year for morning television professionals. more on daylight saving time coming up. >> singular. >> you told me no "s" on saving. coming up on "gma," they call it -- there's a term for it now -- election stress disorder. one couple at each other's throats and then we'll convene a panel of trump and clinton
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lot of us are stressing over our picks for president as well as who our friends and loved ones are voting for. i thought we weren't supposed to talk about this. >> yeah, it's getting to that point. let's face it, it's been a raging, anxiety-producing dumpster fire of a campaign so we decided to run a risky little experiment. we put a bunch of clinton and trump supporters in one room and we good them to meditate together. check it out. this election leaving you with insomnia, heart palpitations, stomach problems? you might be suffering from election stress disorder. is it an actual disorder? >> i think it's a little tongue in cheek, but i think there's definitely stress impacting people around this election. >> reporter: in fact, according to one study, more than half of americans are feeling anxious or stressed over this election. >> they're catastrophizing. they're looking at, you know, worst case scenario possibilities if their candidate doesn't win. >> reporter: it's even turning some family living rooms into battlegrounds. >> having his finger that close
>> i do not trust hillary at all. i think people are tired of the same old politics, and i think that's why donald is going to get elected. >> no. >> i'm a big believer in women's rights. >> so why would you vote for donald? that's my whole point. >> reporter: they've been married for 25 years, and they say this is the first time this has ever happened to them. what do you advise in a situation like that? >> don't talk about politics. >> reporter: but the experts also recommend turning off your tv, not right now, however, unplugging from social media, exercising, and then there's another method that i personally swear by, meditation. i'm going to make america calm again. >> exactly. >> reporter: which is why we brought in a nonpartisan ringer, meditation teacher jeff warren who is from canada. are people here feeling stress about the election? >> i've had it. i'm tired of the social media. i'm tired of watching my friends, my family fight with each other. >> reporter: everyone including us seems to be surprised by what
>> we have to see each other as more than labels, as more than republicans, as more than just trump supporters, hillary supporters, we have to see each other as people first. >> is it stressful to be in the same room with people supporting the other candidate? >> oh, no. i believe we're all entitled to our opinion. one of us is right, and one of us is wrong. i was just kidding. just kidding. i was trying to be funny. >> yeah, so meditation doesn't solve everything. one thing that helped is the meditation teacher we brought is warren. he is canadian. he didn't have a dog in the fight. that put everybody at ease. >> a little neutrality. >> i should say that we -- if you want a guided meditation for your election stress we posted one for free in the 10% happier podcast which is available wherever you get your podcasts, apple podcast, stitcher, google play. go for it. >> it's all over the place. >> it's from canadian jeff just in case you're worried about nonpartisanship. >> and i'm sure all of the world's problems and election stress disorder will be resolved by wednesday, correct? >> probably not. we're going to need pose-election stress disorder. >> we might need an extra hour of sleep.
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in today's "weekend download," we are saying good-bye to daylight saving time falling back to standard time just hours from now, and with advice on how to make that adjustment easier is abc news chief women's correspondent dr. jen ashton. good morning, jen. >> good morning, rob. thank you. >> all right. look, i'd ask you, you know, should most people sleep in, but i know the answer, but what time should we go to bed tomorrow night?
probably the unhappiest night of the year for anyone working the night shift. i did many of them because, again, you get that extra hour of work while everyone else gets the extra hour of sleep. this is not really a big deal. most people adjust. this is a one-hour difference, so if you feel more tired tomorrow night, shut it down early. >> well, you know, your babies may not have that -- >> right. >> they're going to wake up when they want. what do you do to help your kids adjust to the schedule? >> so for school-aged children, high school kids, adults, a couple of days to a week we're back on to our routine schedule. infants, toddlers and pets, those people are not read the memo, so tomorrow they're going to be up an hour earlier in the middle of the night, dark, you just have to give them time and try to keep them on a routine schedule. >> those of us on this schedule often need some help. i am guilty enough, will take a sleep aid sometimes. should we do that? what about melatonin? is that safe? >> not for this. melatonin is great for people with certain types of insomnia. this, you just want to let the natural light, circadian rhythm take effect. and, again, listen to your body. if you're tired, go to sleep.
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the desk doing "pop news" again. keep going. >> are you sure because -- >> that's true. i want my time. >> take your time. >> this is my time. >> own it. >> i will have a question. have you ever met a celebrity and you thought to yourself, you know, just be cool. play it cool, keep it together? >> brad pitt. >> we can all take a lesson from bob the cat. the former stray got to meet
cambridge, at the london premiere of his new movie called "a street cat named bob." he nailed that whole be cool vibe. if anything, she actually seems more starstruck than he does. bob the whole time barely even looked at kate. he was more concerned with just make sure you keep stroking me. >> bob is like do you have any kibble for me. if not, go your way. >> everybody else is fawning over her and the cat is right there, yeah, there you go. >> cats really don't care. >> no, cats don't care. >> at all. >> they're cool by nature. >> bob kept it up. and speaking of cat, kit kat is giving one kansas state university student much more than just a break. it started when hunter jobbins found a note on his car from a passer-by who apparently couldn't resist opening the unlocked door to snag a lone kit kat bar. well, jobbins shared the note on social media. the hershey company saw it and responded by filling his car with 6,500 kit kats, one for every student at the school. they say hopefully this will
crooks on campus. if everybody wants one, there's enough to go around. >> are you positive he's going to share them with all 6,500 students? >> he wanted 6,500 -- >> i'm sure he skimmed a little off the top for his own little. >> i don't think there was a lot of fine print in the gift. i think they just gave it to him and let him do with them what he will. a utah family is taking the traditional father/daughter wedding dance to new heights. take a look. ? good time ? ? going to lose your mind ? ? [ cheers and applause ] >> nice. >> whoa. whoa. go. >> it's the mash-up to end all mash-ups. i mean, they do just about every move in the book. >> what? >> look at him. >> mikayla is a trained dancer but dad is not and i think we can all agree he's definitely a fast learner. racked up 228,000 views on youtube. >> i'm getting the chills. he's amazing. check him out. >> that is incredible. >> if you would have said one of them is a trained dancer and made us guess, i think we would
>> he also just gets so into it. >> yes. >> well. she genetically had the advantage. obviously he had the passion for it. >> she gets it from dad, right. our month long mission pawsible doggie adopt-a-thon is still under way. and to celebrate all those dogs who found their forever families, we have a special announcement. drum roll, please. over a thousand dogs have been adopted. >> nice. >> all right. >> oh. >> many more still need loving homes, so we're rounding out this puppy party with our friend george here and peter from the humane society. us -- >> the human gets second billing. >> sorry, peter. it's all about george right now. >> yes, it is. >> he is a 4-year-old pointer mix and, most importantly, he is still up for adoption. the mission runs through november 22nd. we've helped lots of dogs like these, and you can follow it live on facebook. it will be in san antonio. >> that cat was unfazed by kate middleton. this dog just yawned. >> yeah. >> george, hi. >> so cute.